In a world where giants like Google are now beginning to relax their stringent policies on Web 3.0 games in their Play Store, ONE Store isn’t being left behind. Making a bold statement, Korea’s ONE Store is stepping up its game in the decentralized world!
Today, ONE Store, Korea’s stellar app marketplace that stands toe-to-toe with numerous global competitors, declared its unwavering support for Web 3.0 games and decentralized applications (dApps) as part of its worldwide services.
Eager to deliver diverse and enriched options to its vast array of mobile users worldwide, ONE Store is avidly establishing its presence on a global scale, with plans to venture into numerous international terrains. ONE Store is Korea’s second-largest app market ad will be expanding into Asia and Europe markets.
Recognizing the vast potential of Web 3.0 games on the global stage, ONE Store is on a mission to champion them. The ultimate vision is to expand its user base, welcoming and accommodating enthusiasts of blockchain games and applications.
Taking a pivotal step towards this vision, on Aug 17th, ONE Store entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) titled ‘Support for the Web 3.0 Market’ with Polygon Labs at its central office situated in Seongnam City, Gyeonggi-do, Korea. The MOU-signing ceremony was graced by the presence of pivotal industry figures – Jeon Dong-jin, CEO of ONE Store, and Marc Boiron, CEO of Polygon Labs.
This collaboration seals the commitment of both parties towards nurturing the Web 3.0 gaming ecosystem. While ONE Store is set to bolster marketing efforts for Web 3.0 games integrated with Polygon’s advanced protocols, Polygon Labs is keen on inspiring game developers, especially those leveraging the Polygon protocols, to introduce their innovations to the ONE Store.
Polygon Labs is renowned for its state-of-the-art set of protocols within the vast blockchain realm. Numerous game enterprises, both local and international, are already active members of the Polygon ecosystem or are engaged in synergistic endeavors to design top-notch Web 3.0 games using the Polygon framework.
Sharing his insights, Jeon Dong-jin, the CEO of ONE Store, stated: “Our alliance with Polygon Labs amplifies the range of offerings available to global mobile users.” He further emphasized, “ONE Store is poised to cater to the surging global demand for Web 3.0 games and applications via its soon-to-be-launched worldwide ONE Store platform.”